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(Polydor) Source: BBC Radio 1 TOP 10 COMPILATIONS 560,000 get hospital treatment for Booze in one year Londonisworstfor binge-drinkviolence amys addiction makes me feel guilty, says dad More cash should be pumped into clinics E Continued from Page 1 AMY WINEHOUSES father today told of his feelings at being unable to stop her drug addiction. Mitch Winehouse said the overriding sentiment he and other families of addicts feel is guilt in failing to protect them. The 58-year-old former taxi driver told the home affairs select committee of his personal experiences while advising MPs on drug policy. He said: Almost everyone who has a relative who is an addict feels they could have done better. I have felt exactly the same way. People have said to me, Why didnt you section her (Amy)? Why didnt you lock her in a room? All of this is, of course, ridiculous. Mr Winehouse added: My fam- ily were very fortunate. We were able to afford the best doctors and rehabilitation services. But for most families there are very few facilities available. Speaking beforehand, Mr Winehouse called for more fund- ing, saying: Last year the Government spent 400m on drug rehabilitation, and yet if anybody wants to come off drugs volun- tarily theres very little help. He also said he did not want to focus on his 26-year-old daughter, but added: I wouldnt be in this position, with politicians and parents of addicts phoning me up, if it wasnt for who I am. Committee chairman and MP Keith Vaz said: We are pleased Mr Winehouse has agreed to share with us research on the damaging effects of drug abuse on families. BY kEVIn WIddOP rates of alcohol-related crime per 1,000 population in 2008-09 Barking and Dagenham 15.86 Barnet 9.33 Bexley 8.58 Brent 12.85 Bromley 10.19 camden 13.45 Croydon 11.07 ealing 13.45 Enfield 9.81 Greenwich 16.11 Hackney 15.70 Hammersmith and Fulham 14.97 Haringey 14.13 Harrow 8.26 Havering 8.05 Hillingdon 12.80 Hounslow 12.88 Islington 16.01 Kensington and chelsea 9.59 Kingston upon Thames 7.03 Lambeth 15.06 Lewisham 16.70 merton 9.40 Newham 16.11 redbridge 10.38 Richmond upon Thames 6.51 Southwark 16.28 Sutton 7.91 tower Hamlets 14.12 Waltham Forest 14.42 Wandsworth 10.20 Westminster 18.00 10 boroughs in the country for drink-related crimes, with higher rates than areas such as Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham. Todays Public Health Observatory report also shows soaring rates of alcohol- related hospital admissions and a rising number of deaths from chronic liver disease. Last year more than 560,000 drinkers in the country needed hospital treatment -- a rise of six per cent on the previous year. Professor Mark Bellis, director of the North West Public Health Observatory, said: Without substantial change in drinking behaviours, the annual number of alcohol-related admissions to hospitals in England is on course to exceed one million per year in two years. Such admissions are still only the tip of the iceberg with many people attending accident and emergency units, GPs and pharmacies to treat health conditions resulting from alcohol use. Gordon Brown has outlined moves to enable councils to suspend 24-hour licensing where it is linked to antisocial behaviour -- but this week backed off the plan after pressure from the drinks industry. Last week experts from Sainsburys, Asda and Waitrose told a health select committee that minimum pricing of alcohol would hit poor families, cause job losses and could even create a black market in illegal alcohol. Out of it: a drinker slumped in the street Crimestatssitecrashes An interactive map detailing crime statistics on every street in England and Wales appeared to crash hours after its launch today. Users in London, Yorkshire, Humberside and Manchester trying to access maps.police.uk instead got a message that it was temporarily unavailable. The site aims to offer information on local area crime to the public. HUNDREDS of Barclays customers lost thousands of pounds after their cards were apparently swallowed by the banks tampered-with ATMs. The fraud, known as a Lebanese Loop, was conceived by eastern European gangs and has hit ATMs in London, Essex, West Sussex, Leicestershire and Wales. Barclays said it is tackling the fraud by upgrading its machines. H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html